It was a packed schedule of talks, exhibitions and events at the inaugural Rainforest Fringe Festival I was invited to (via work). Here’s what I managed to snap in the hour or so I spent wandering the streets near The Old Court House where the Fringe Fest was held.
My first visit to Sydney was in 2010. Stephanie had recently moved there and as I was in Queensland for a press junket I had to visit. She introduced me to some of the neighbourhoods – Potts Point, Surry Hills, Darlinghurst, took me to the most amazing eateries, and on one ridiculously sunny winter’s day drove me out to Bondi Beach.
I’m not going to pretend the street art I snapped in Siam, where I was based for the first 3 days of my Bangkok trip, is representative of all street art in Bangkok. This creative metropolis is just too big to get through on one visit. But Siam is a great place to start….
It was Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic’s work that first captured the imagination of Penangites and visitors to the island. But since then there’s been a proliferation of creativity taking to Georgetown’s walls, including some super kawaii cat and kitten themed designs.